In our June 23, 2015 Tip Tuesday post on our social media pages, we suggested that companies that routinely hire "professional employees" should always ask new employees to acknowledge in writing that they are not subject to any agreements that would interfere with their ability to perform their job, such as non-competition or non-solicitation agreements. While we continue to maintain this is still a good practice generally, as of July 1, it will not be necessary when the prospective employee(s) is a technology worker.
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Holomua Consulting Group's Comments On The SBA's Proposed Rule on Sole Source Contracts to WOSB/EDWOSB
As we previously reported in our May 4, 2015 Blog Post, the SBA issued a Proposed Rule on May 1, 2015 implementing those provisions of the 2015 NDAA which provide for sole source contracting opportunities for Women-Owned Small Businesses (WOSB) and Economically Disadvantaged Women-Owned Small Businesses (EDWOSB). Comments in responses to this Proposed Rule were due June 30, 2015.